Accession Number : ADP001467
Title : Some Measures for Promoting Indigenous Informatics Technology,
Corporate Author : MAGYAR TUDOMANYOS AKADEMIA BUDAPEST*
Personal Author(s) : Kalman,Robert E.
Report Date : NOV 1982
Pagination or Media Count : 8
Abstract : Information is often considered as the third basic resource, in addition to matter and energy. Although data processing is just a segment of the whole information-related technology, its impact is growing both in industrialized and developing countries. In countries which manufacture and export hardware and software products, data processing contributes directly to the nations' GNP, in other countries it can indirectly support agricultural and industrial production. It is in the interest of all governments to understand what informatics technology, in general, and data processing in particular, can do for the country and to make well-conceived measures to promote its appropriate national development.
Descriptors : *Information processing, *Technology transfer, *Industries, *Developing nations, Information transfer, Data processing, Computers, Computer programs, Telecommunications, Mass media, Industrial production, Integrated circuits, Data processing equipment, Costs, Computer personnel, Training, Skills, Performance(Human), Symposia
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE